Correct spelling for PIRICE
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Possible correct spellings for pirice
- paris Well, that's the road that lead's from Paris to Metz!
- piece "Mr. Ashton-Kirk," said he, "why did you not tell us about this piece of business?
- pierce "Now, Pierce, don't wait on me.
- piracy "Such things is nothing but piracy, and we had better be shot at than lose such goods as we carry fresh shipped, and in prime condition.
- pixie The pixie fluttered it under my nose.
- praise You have only your fiddle, and you must go among people that will praise you.
- price "Dear Mr. Smart: Will you put a price on Schloss Rothhoefen?
- priced We shall not be able to get him a new coat; but we can have his old one done up, with a new collar and buttons,-I priced a pair of pantaloons at one of the clothing-stores, in Market-street, as I came up this evening, and the man said three dollars and a half.
- Brice I suppose you meant to ask: Mr. Brice, whether Clarence is to marry Virginia Carvel.
- Patrice Patrice Belval began to laugh in spite of himself: "Have you a lecture to deliver?"
- Prices The temptations we put in the artist's way are terribly strong; when we have done our work, we like to be amused by books and plays and pictures, and we are ready to pay high prices to the people who can give our heavy souls small sensations of joy and terror and sorrow.
25 words made from the letters pirice
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